For quite some time, ambulance companies from all over Europe have been asking for a system that would let them transport children safely.
The problem is that the safety and restraint harnesses currently found on stretchers are designed for adult patients, making it impossible for them to be used on children. For this reason, they are usually forced to transport children in the arms of a parent.
This makes the safety of the child practically non-existent if any unforeseen event were to occur on the road. Being held by a parent not only jeopardizes the safety of both, it makes it quite difficult and dangerous to start an intravenous line or provide respiratory care to the child.
For this reason, EURASLOG has worked with ambulance companies to develop a child restraint system for ambulance stretchers called Kidy Safe. This product has been designed, tested and validated according to applicable standards and regulations:
|DIRECTIVE 93/42/CEE||Medical devices.|
|UNE EN 1865-2000||Specifications for stretchers and other patient handling equipment used in road ambulances.|
|UNE EN 1789-2000||Medical vehicles and their equipment. Road ambulances.|
|UNE EN 1021-1||Assessment of ignitability of upholstered furniture.|
|UNE EN 980||Symbols for use in the labeling of medical devices.|
|UNE CR 14060||Medical device traceability.|
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